Reviews for Tocororo

  1. Carlos Acosta in Tocororo at Coliseum

    Graham Watts, Friday 4 August 2006 — Performance: 2-5 August

    It seems like the London summeris incomplete without a touch of Cuba. Carlos Acosta’s full-length ballet loosely based on his own life was nurtured by Alistair Spalding and his team at Sadler’s Wells… Continue Reading

  2. Carlos Acosta in Tocororo at Coliseum

    Press Review Katie Phillips, The Stage, Wednesday 9 August 2006Performance 2-5 August

    ‘Whilst Acosta is, as we all know, a godly dancer and simply beautiful to watch, his show tiptoes uncertainly into the realms of the dansical, falling between the cracks of a narrative ballet and a full blown musical.’ 

  3. Carlos Acosta in Tocororo at Coliseum

    Press Review Debra Craine, Times, Monday 7 August 2006Performance 2-5 August

    ‘There is a jagged quality to Acosta’s contemporary choreography which he puts to good use when it comes to conveying his despair, and the street dances are alive with the atmosphere of carnival.’  

  4. Carlos Acosta in Tocororo at Coliseum

    Press Review Sarah Frater, Evening Standard, Friday 4 August 2006Performance 2-5 August

    ‘The men in this year’s cast are especially strong, with one or two almost the match of our main man…How does Cuba produce so much ballet talent?’  

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